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Landmark School
PO Box 227    412 Hale St  
Prides Crossing, Massachusetts  01965  
Private/Independent School
Coed Day 12 455 students


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ABOUT LANDMARK SCHOOL Landmark is a coeducational day and residential school for students in grades 2–12 diagnosed with dyslexia or another language-based learning disability (LBLD). These fall under the broader category of specific learning disabilities (SLD). Our unique, individualized approach empowers students to reach their academic and social potential. Each faculty member is highly trained and specializes in educating students with LBLD. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS - Customized program for every student - Daily one-to-one tutorial - Small classes of 6–8 students - Each student is assigned a supportive and engaged Academic Advisor - Research-based methods and programs - Challenging college-preparatory curriculum - Robust athletics, extracurriculars, and after-school activities - Wide range of community service opportunities Landmark is located 30 miles north of Boston, Mass. Students come from around New England, the United States, and the world to learn innovative ways to understand and overcome their learning differences. Visionary Charles “Chad” Drake founded Landmark in 1971 to educate students whose reading, writing, spelling, and math skills did not match their superior thinking and problem-solving capacities. Since then, Landmark has been the leader in the field of language-based learning disabilities. Landmark is not appropriate for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (including Asperger's Disorder and/or ASD), Non-Verbal Learning Disabilities, Pervasive Development Delay (PDD), or primary social-emotional disorder. WORKING AT LANDMARK SCHOOL Employees at Landmark School enjoy intellectual challenge, a strong and supportive community, and personal satisfaction. The Landmark approach is unique, established, proven, and effective. We are the largest school of our kind in the country. Faculty members work with students in small classes of 6 – 8, address their individualized needs through a daily one-to one tutorial, and support each other and the student body through regular and consistent communication, on-the-job training, and mentoring. Approximately 470 students attend Landmark each year and another 150 attend our summer programs. We are located on two campuses on the North Shore. Our Elementary•Middle School campus is located in Manchester, Mass. and our High School campus is located in Prides Crossing in Beverly, Mass. QUALIFICATIONS FOR TEACHING AT LANDMARK SCHOOL Applicants for employment should have a BA/BS, strong language skills, an eagerness and ability to work with school-age children, and a desire to make a difference for students whose literacy skills are not keeping pace with their intellect. A Massachusetts Certification in Moderate Disabilities and/or a Master's degree are preferred but not mandatory as comprehensive training is provided for all new faculty members. Citizenship, residency, or work VISA in the United States are required. TEACHER RESIDENCY PROGRAM Teachers at Landmark School say that their experience here is often life changing. Faculty members at Landmark School benefit from the structure, support, and mentorship of our unique Teacher Residency Program. It is the springboard upon which teachers hone skills and build mastery while working full time earning an advanced degree. Participants gain hands-on skills in the classroom and the residential life program (high school only), and are enrolled in a fully subsidized Master of Education Degree in Special Education from Boston University Wheelock College of Education & Human Development. TEACHER RESIDENCY HIGHLIGHTS - Three-week comprehensive training program in August - Fully subsidized on-site master's degree program in Special Education from Boston University Wheelock --- - - College of Education & Human Development - Massachusetts educator licensure as a teacher of students with Moderate Disabilities (5 - 12) - Residential life experience and training -Sustained professional development, feedback, and mentorship LINK TO WORKING AT LANDMARK SCHOOL:
Diversity Mission Statement
LANDMARK SCHOOL MISSION STATEMENT Landmark's mission is to enable and empower students with language-based learning disabilities (LBLD) to reach their educational and social potential through an exemplary school program complemented by outreach and training, assessment, and research. LANDMARK SCHOOL'S DIVERSITY, EQUITY, AND INCLUSION MISSION STATEMENT Landmark School recognizes the need to evaluate and strengthen its diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. This process is critical to creating an environment where all students are enabled and empowered to realize their educational and social potential. This means creating and maintaining a culture where the entire Landmark community embraces each individual’s race, religion, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age, and disability, as well as acknowledges and works to dismantle systemic racism, prejudice, and discrimination. ABOUT DEI AT LANDMARK SCHOOL: